Increase in forest fires may damage the crucial ozone layer

All particles that reach the atmosphere cause different chemical reactions. Particles come partly from natural sources such as volcanic eruptions and forest fires, and partly from pollution and emissions. Aerosol researcher ...

How plants survive droughts and extreme rainfall

Tropical ecosystems are constantly navigating between prolonged drought and extreme rainfall, but little research has been done to understand why some plants are able to survive these swings in climate.

Using a data cube to monitor forest loss in the Amazon

Forests hold a vast amount of Earth's terrestrial carbon and play an important role in offsetting anthropogenic emissions of fossil fuels. Since 2015, the world's tropical forests can be observed regularly at an unprecedented ...

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